Miami Marlins: Post Series Grades
Jacob Turner .020
On March 30th, Turner came on and got two outs on six pitches to close the sixth in the 17-inning win. The next day he wasn’t as lucky. He pitched the sixth and seventh, allowing three hits and a walk. In 2 2/3 total innings, he has only struck out one batter. He has got 31 pitches over the plate, of 48 total.
Drew Steckenrider .008
Steckenrider struck out two in 2/3 of an inning on Friday, allowing one hit and getting 14-of-20 pitches in the strike zone. The next day, he pitched a hitless seventh and allowed a walk, with one strikeout. He had 12-of-22 in the zone that day. In today’s game, he again pitched the seventh and allowed a hit while whiffing one. Today he had nine-of-14 over the plate.
Tomas Telis -.019
Telis has appeared in every Marlins game so far. He was 0-for-1 on Thursday and on Friday, then went 1-for-1 with a run in yesterday’s loss. He struck out in his only plate appearance on Sunday.
Lewis Brinson -.083
Brinson was 0-for-5 in the season opener, with four groundouts and one outfield fly out. He turned that disappointment around, going four for his next five the following day. He ended up four-for-eight with a run in the 17-inning loss, then yesterday was one-for-four with a run and an RBI. Today he was 0-for-3 with a walk and a run.
Tayron Guerrero -.087
Guerrero struck out the first four batters he faced in the season opening game, then ended up giving up three runs (two earned) on two hits. One of which was a Schwarber homer.